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Oscar Gonzalez: Reflections on The Pedro Pan Project

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Oscar Gonzalez was one of 14,000 unaccompanied children who left Cuba in the 1960's as part of the Peter Pan Project.

Oscar shares, "I arrived in Miami in the early 1960’s, one of  over 14,000 children who left Cuba as part of The Peter Pan Project, an effort by the Catholic Church and the U.S. Government whereby unaccompanied children of all ages could escape the communist regime of Fidel Castro and be cared for by either family members, friends, or the church.